Grampa Sells His Gun adapted for radio aired on October 24, 1957. The Real McCoys was a situation comedy that aired on the ABC network from 1957 through 1962. It aired for one more season on CBS before its end in 1963. The series revolved around the lives of a mountain family who originally hailed from West Virginia. The McCoys moved to California where they became dirt farmers. The family consisted of Grampa Amos McCoy, the head of the family played by Walter Brennan, his grandson Luke played by Richard Crenna, Luke's new bride Kate played by Kathleen Nolan, teenage sister Hassie played be Lydia Reed, and 11-year-old brother Little Luke played by Michael Winkelman. The Real McCoys paved the way for such rural hits as The Beverly Hillbillies and The Andy Griffith Show.
November 5, 2007
This wasn't OTR
This episode of The Real McCoys was the audio version of the televison series. A number of local radio stations have broadcast episodes of old "classic" television shows in the same manner of broadcasting old time radio and it's possible that this is where it came from. If you can remember the television series, it's easier to picture the show (no puns intended); otherwise you'll find there are some dead spots where the camera followed the action without the need for voices or sound effects. Still, it's an episode that transfers to audio only better than most television shows, and worth listening to. No rating only because it wasn't written or staged for radio.
November 2, 2007
Doesn't sound like a radio show
Real McCoys was a TV show, but why does the description say adapted for radio. This sounds like a soundtrack of the TV show. There are no opening or closing audio credits.